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Federal loan sought for Indiana battery maker

Posted: 01/03/2009 - An Indiana company could benefit from a share of $25 billion in low-interest federal loans from the Department of Energy intended to spur development of fuel-efficient vehicles and components.

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Soldiers from 4 Ind. Guard units heading overseas

Posted: 01/03/2009 - About 75 members of an aviation unit based in Shelbyville will deploy to Iraq this month, one of four Indiana National Guard units headed there or to Afghanistan.

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2008 Gary homicides down but rate led most cities

Posted: 01/02/2009 - The number of homicides in Gary fell significantly, but remained high enough to rank it second only to New Orleans as the U.S. city with the most homicides per capita.

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US parents want answers after China milk scare

Posted: 01/02/2009 - The director of an adoption agency in Evansville says China's worst product-safety scandal in years has hit home for thousands of adoptive parents.

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Man convicted in dad's decapitation nears freedom

Posted: 01/02/2009 - A Hammond man who has spent 26 of his 43 years in prison for participating in the decapitation slaying of his father is preparing for life on the outside and hoping for a new start far from home.

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Adopt-a-Pet: Meet Wishbone!

Posted: 01/02/2009 - Wishbone is a 7-month-old Parson Russell (formerly known as Jack Russell) puppy. He is full of energy and ready for a forever home today!

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Judge orders adult bookstore closed

Posted: 01/02/2009 - A judge has ordered a southern Indiana adult bookstore to close its doors until it pays more than $360,000 in fines and fees.

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Police: $380,000 stolen from arts group

Posted: 01/02/2009 - Police are investigating the theft of $380,000 from an arts group that stages one of Indianapolis' best-known art fairs and also grants money to local arts groups.

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County declares emergency over corncob fire

Posted: 01/01/2009 - Carroll County's commissioners have declared a county emergency as firefighters try to control a fire smoldering in a 17,000-ton mountain of corncobs near Delphi.

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Workers may have started fire at IU gymnasium

Posted: 01/01/2009 - Bloomington's fire chief says a fire that damaged the roof of an Indiana University gymnasium may have been ignited by a "hot spot" left by workers who had been welding.

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U.S. Steel plans to treat benzene-tainted water

Posted: 01/01/2009 - U.S. Steel plans to spend $1.4 million to build 11 wells at its Gary Works complex to capture and treat benzene-tainted groundwater before it enters Lake Michigan.

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Double-slaying suspect arrested on IPFW campus

Posted: 01/01/2009 - Authorities say a man considered a suspect in a double-slaying in Indianapolis has been arrested on the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne campus.

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Indiana stocks took a beating in 2008

Updated: 01/01/2009 - The nation's financial meltdown battered most of Indiana's largest companies last year, costing some of them three-quarters or more of their stock value.

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State park will no longer draw from plate revenue

Posted: 01/01/2009 - A state law that took effect today has shifted the tax revenue generated by sales of Indiana's Native American license plate away from Prophetstown State Park near Lafayette and into a fund for a state commission.

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Fire departments want Toll Road operators to pay

Posted: 12/31/2008 - The schedule of charges recommended by the state fire marshal provides for a $250 fee per response vehicle or $100 for a control vehicle for an initial response.

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Mortgage crisis spurs tougher rules for brokers

Posted: 12/31/2008 - Indiana is joining dozens of states trying to stem the swelling tide of foreclosures by cracking down on unscrupulous brokers, whom many blame for playing a major role in the nation's housing crisis.

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Floyd County to pay township assessor after all

Posted: 12/31/2008 - The Floyd County Council has reversed its previous decision and voted to pay a township assessor, even though voters abolished her duties in November's election.

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Virus forces Ft. Wayne SPCA to stop accepting cats

Posted: 12/31/2008 - The Allen County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals isn't accepting cats and or allowing adoptions because of outbreaks of two incurable and contagious viruses.

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